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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Rhyll has some of the best dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best venues in Rhyll via location, cuisine or features.
Rhyll Trout & Bush Tucker Farm
Drop by the café and enjoy beautifully prepared home-style meals featuring our own rainbow trout, native bush foods and organic eggs. Other dishes using locally sourced meat, seafood and vegetables will ensure that everyone is pleased and satisfied. Or maybe it’s our delectable homemade cakes and biscuits with a great cup of coffee or tea that you’re after. Try to resist a Devonshire Tea with our famous wattleseed scones and one of our five bush blend teas, grown, harvested and blended with green tea on site.
The Foreshore Bar & Restaurant
The Foreshore Bar & Restaurant is situated in the quiet little village of Rhyll on Phillip Island. This unique setting with its amazing 180 degree water views has helped us to create a warm and relaxing environment for people to sit and enjoy good food, great coffee or a cool drink. You can dine on the balcony or inside in the rustic but stylish restaurant, have a drink at the bar or relax in the lounge area.
Island Waters B & B
The idyllic fishing hamlet of Rhyll on Phillip Island is a favourite for locals and regular guests. Island Waters resort has been designed for fun and relaxation, offering exclusivity for one couple. Only two minutes walk from the waterfront, Island Waters Bed and Breakfast/Studio Apartment offers the comfort of sparkling private self-contained accommodation with easy access to boat ramp, local restaurants and stores. You are invited to BYO boat and take advantage of the dual driveway access available at Island Waters B and B. There is even a BBQ on site should you wish to cook your catch for dinner. Your hosts Jennifer and Wolfgang invite you to come and stay for a night, a week or longer. But be warned – the longer you stay, the more you will relax and never want to leave.